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Queen Anne Side Chair

This is the typical Queen Anne chair from the 18th Century.  This example is made out of mahogany and is finished with aniline dye and lacquer.

 

Chippendale Side Chair

This Chippendale chair is reproduced from an 18th century design from coastal North Carolina. This example has tombstone piercings in the splat and is made out of cherry and is finished with aniline dye and lacquer.

 

 

Chippendale Arm chair

This Chippendale armchair is of the same design as the Chippendale side chair.  It is made out of walnut and is finished aniline dye and shellac.   

 

Philadelphia Side Chair

This Philadelphia side chair is embellished with a shell carving and scroll on the crest rail.  The chair is made out of walnut, as was most 18th century furniture from the Philadelphia area. The chair is finished with aniline dye and a lacquer topcoat.

 

Chippendale Side Chair

This is another example of a coastal North Carolina side chair. It is made out of mahogany and finished with aniline dye and lacquer.

 

Easy chair

This is a southern example of an Easy chair from the 18th century.  This example has ball and claw feet and is covered with leather.  The primary wood is mahogany and the secondary wood is southern yellow pine.

 

Carved Chippendale Chair

This is another reproduction of an 18th century southern chair.  The chair is embellished with a carved shell and leaves on the crest rail and several carved volutes on the splat.  Built out of mahogany and finished with aniline dye and lacquer. 

 

 
 

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